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Prashant Kishore's Slogan To Win AAP Again, 'Ache Beete 5 Saal…’
Arvind Kejriwal's ruling AAP has started its campaign for the assembly elections in Delhi next year, with Deputy CM Manish Sisodia saying that the AAP government will take its "report card" to the people next week. Sisodia also exuded confidence that "the public has voted us for the good that we have done." The party also revealed its official slogan - 'Ache beete 5 saal, Lage Raho Kejriwal' (Five years have been good, keep going with Kejriwal) - in today's program. AAP won 67 out of 70 seats in the last election, will fight the battle with the Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC), a consultancy firm of master strategist Prashant Kishore, widely credited for the "Chi Parocha" campaign, Which helped BJP come to power in 2014. The I-PAC is also working with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United), a key ally of the BJP and a member of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the Center. Shri Kishore is also a senior JDU official. There is a public outcry over the controversial new Citizenship Amendment Act, between Kishore and JDU. Kishore, whose wife is Assamese, has been highly critical of the CAA, which was pushed through Parliament by Union Home Minister Amit Shah last week. His remarks provoked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to issue a sharp notice through one of his ministers: "I will not name anyone, but if anyone has a problem, he is free to leave the party," JDU MP Ramchandra Prasad Singh said. Meanwhile, at today's event, AAP leaders expressed confidence that the people of Delhi would vote for them once again. For the next two days, there will be a march in 70 constituencies of Delhi.
More Than 100 Trains Are Running Late Due To Fog In Delhi
The officials said on Friday that more than 100 trains were running late due to fog in Delhi, affecting rail traffic under Northern Railway. Northern Railway comprises five divisions Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, and Chandigarh in Ambala, Delhi, Ferozepur, Lucknow, and Moradabad. Delhi recorded a temperature of 6.4 degrees Celsius with thick fog on Friday. Visibility was reduced significantly due to dense fog. It was zero in Palam and 300 meters in Safdarjung, 5.30 am. Later, visibility at Palam (50 m) was improved but submerged another 100 meters at Safdarjung at 8.30 am. Trains from Delhi to Tundla, Rewari, Agra, Ambala Moradabad, Saharanpur, Bhatinda have all been affected by fog. Officials said a total of 109 trains are facing delays. The delays were the maximum of 32 trains plying between Hyderabad Deccan and Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station on the Delhi-Agra route and the Nizamuddin Express running between Chennai Central and the New Delhi Grand Trunk Express. About one hour. The Taj Express departing from New Delhi at 6:45 am was rescheduled and departed from the city at 8:50 am.
Woman And Two Daughters Died After Being Hit By Train
On Tuesday, a woman and her two minor daughters were killed, and two of their relatives were injured when a train hit Delhi's Shivaji Bridge and Tilak Bridge, a Northern Railway official said. Northern Railway Chief PRO Deepak Kumar said that the accident happened at around 7:40 pm. Later, the Office of the DCP, Railways, stated that Arun Mandal, along with his wife, daughter, his sister-in-law, and his two daughters, got off the train at Tilak Bridge railway station. As they were walking on the railway track towards the Shivaji Bridge railway station to catch a train to Bahadurgarh, they were hit by the train coming from New Delhi railway station. While Mandal survived unwell, his sisters-in-law Alka and his daughters Lovli, 13 and Priya, 5 died of injuries at the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. His wife and daughter are undergoing treatment at the hospital.
Demonstration On Citizenship Law, Delhi Metro Closed 19 Stations
Delhi Metro closed the entry and exit doors of around 19 metro stations in Central and Old Delhi following a directive from the Delhi Police in view of the demonstration on the citizenship law. According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation officials, the stations which have been closed on Thursday afternoon include Jamia Millia Islamia, Jasola Vihar-Shaheen Bagh, Munirka, Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid, Vishwa Vidyalaya, Patel Chowk, Udyog Bhawan, Barakhamba, Delhi Gate, Khan Market, Pragati Maidan, Lok Kalyan Marg, ITO, Mandi House, Vasant Vihar, Central Secretariat Rajiv Chowk Not. In an official statement from the DMRC, it said- "Amidst the protests, some metro stations have been closed on Thursday as a historical measure. The safety of our riders and the metro is paramount, and we have to ensure this following the advice given by the authorities." This pattern has been seen continuously in the last few months. Whether it is the demand for a refund of a fee hike on behalf of Jawaharlal Nehru students, the Delhi University ad hoc teachers, or the demonstration on citizenship law, Delhi Metro has been shutting down its stations.
Ban On Mob Gathering After Violent Demonstrations, 6 Arrested
Following violent clashes in East Delhi's Seelampur area, prohibitory orders were issued in northeast Delhi this morning, banning large crowd gathering as a preventive measure. Six people have been arrested, and three FIR has been arrested in connection with the violence that took place yesterday in protest against the controversial new citizenship law. An additional FIR was lodged for stone-pelting in the Brij Puri area. Police have indicated that people with criminal backgrounds were part of the protest and could incite violence. Further investigation is underway. According to a senior police officer, the protests started around 1 pm, when the school bus was on the streets carrying children home. Sources say that the crowd gathered for the protest march from Seelampur to Zafarabad, adding to the trouble. The protesters allegedly targeted buses, including school buses. Police proceeded to investigate the violence but were initially released. A police picket was also burnt. Police resorted to batons and fired tear gas shells and set vehicles on fire as some 2,000 protesters from densely populated East Delhi. In the visuals, armed policemen in riot gear can be seen facing a large crowd who were throwing bricks at them. According to news agency PTI, more than 20 people, including 12 policemen, were injured. One witness said, "peaceful protests against the citizenship law went out of hand." Others claimed that outsiders armed with bottles and bricks entered and clashed. By the time the dust blew, and the police controlled the situation, the buses and cars were damaged, and the roads were covered with rocks, debris, and papers. A small fire on the road sent smoke piles into the air. Police said two traffic police bikes were burnt.
Kejriwal on Delhi Protest, Violent Demonstrations Due To Upcoming Elections
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stressed the opposition BJP in the national capital that his Aam Aadmi Party was not doing enough to stop the violence on the amended Citizenship Act. Kejriwal said, "These violent protests are happening due to the upcoming elections in Delhi. Those who are afraid of losing are doing so. I want to appeal to the people of Delhi to keep the peace. The country knows Who is capable of rioting." Today journalists "Opposition is saying that AAP is doing this. Why will AAP do it? The opposition is spreading violence to win elections. AAP is not going to benefit from it. The opposition feels that they will benefit from it. But Delhi People are very smart. The party's national convenor said that a landslide victory in the last election in Delhi ended the long rule of the Congress in the national capital. In 2015 the BJP won only three seats in the assembly. Fresh violence erupted in East Delhi yesterday as hundreds of people marched on the streets in protest against the new law, which hastened the citizenship process of persecuting non-Muslim religious minorities. Buses were burnt near Jamia Millia Islamia University in south Delhi on Sunday, and The protesters clashed with the police. As protests spread to other colleges and universities across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people not to argue civilly and use violent means. Elections in Delhi early next year Gonna happen in This will be a big test for Mr. Kejriwal, whose relatively new party did not get much success in the national elections in 2014 and 2019, despite having topped the Delhi elections in 2015. BJP is banking on PM Modi winning elections.
CCTV Footage Shows The Man Who Broke The Shop, Search Continues
The owner of a travel agency in Seelampur in East Delhi has complained to the Delhi Police that his shop was damaged by policemen without any provocation while trying to control hundreds of protesters on Monday. Peoples took to the streets in Seelampur to protest against the amended Citizenship Act. A police bus and a picket were set on fire by protesters. The shop owner Anees Malik said that he has given the CCTV footage of the incident to the police and expects compensation. The front mirror of the shop is shattered, the computers inside are broken, and the telephone on the travel desk is broken. Pieces of broken glass are scattered on the table. Malik said, "I was at my shop till 2 in the afternoon. Some policemen told me to close the shop and go home because the situation might escalate, and since I am different, it would be even more dangerous for me in the crowd". He said, I somehow got the shutters closed, didn't lock in a hurry, and left. Later, I noticed that my shop was ransacked. On seeing the video clip, the policemen had opened the shutters and broke everything. Mr. Malik said that two people were seen beating by policemen, but they were not protestors. They approached me. Work at the store, he said. A senior officer at the local police station told him they would make up for it. Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Opposition to the amended Citizenship Act, which seeks to speed up the process of obtaining citizenship for non-Muslim religiously oppressed minorities from Bangladesh, has spread to many towns and cities across the country, with the biggest opposition seen in West Bengal and India.
How did the students of Jamia were shot if there was no firing?
On Sunday, controversy erupted over whether the Delhi Police opened fire on the protesters at Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia University. The university and its neighborhood in southeastern Delhi were the scenes of a violent protest between police and protesters, protesting against the new Citizenship Amendment Act that injured dozens of students and police. The medical superintendent of Delhi's government hospital, Safdarjung Hospital, told that two Jamia protesters were shot and wounded, with police directly claiming that they were not firing at the protesters. Both are said to be out of danger. A news channel trace one of them, 22-year-old Azaz, a BA student of Jamia University, admitted to a general ward at the hospital. Two Delhi Police members were deputed in the ward to keep an eye on the visitors. Ajaz's family confirmed that he was shot in the chest on Sunday evening. He said he had no role in the protests. The police cycled through several explanations for the injuries, ultimately settling on the claim that these were due to splash injuries from tear-gas shells. Police admitted the name of the other injured person to 23-year-old Shoaib Khan in Safdarjung, who said he had "pellets injury (sic)" in his leg. The police later clarified that they were meant to be hurt by a tear gas splash when the bullet fired. After being shot, a cellphone video of Ajaz was filmed momentarily, which showed no tear gas in the vicinity.
Inflation in Delhi-NCR, Mother Dairy, and Amul increase milk prices
People of Delhi-NCR have been hit by inflation. Milk prices have increased since today. Mother Dairy has raised prices by up to Rs 3, drastically increasing milk prices. The new rates come into effect from today. Let us tell you that Mother Dairy supplies 30 lakh liters of milk in Delhi-NCR. In May this year also, Mother Dairy raised milk prices by Rs 2 per liter. After Mother Dairy, Amul has also announced an increase in prices. Amul has also decided to increase the price of milk by 2 rupees from today. The company attributed the rise in prices to low milk supply and increased in cost of purchase. The prices of both tokens and poly packs have been increased between Rs 2-3. The price of toned milk has been increased by Rs 3 per liter to Rs 45, while the price of one liter double toned milk has been increased by Rs 3 to Rs 39 instead of Rs 36. The price of cow milk has been increased by Rs 3 per liter to Rs 47. The price of token milk has been increased by Rs 2 to Rs 42 per liter. Talking about the poly pack, the price of full cream milk has been increased by Rs 2 to Rs 55 per liter. The price of half a liter full cream milk has been increased from Rs 27 to Rs 28. Mother Dairy said, "Due to the advance of the monsoon season and other adverse climatic conditions, there has been a drastic reduction in the availability of milk in various states. The effect of adverse weather has led to a huge increase in the prices of animal feed. All these circumstances have affected the payment made to milk producers. Mother Dairy said that from December 15, 2019, it had been forced to increase prices of all types of milk in Delhi-NCR.
Massive protest over opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act
Protests have erupted in Delhi over the Citizenship Amendment Act. There have been reports that fiery protesters set fire to three buses in Delhi's Jamia Nagar area. Explain that the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi are protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act. This protest of the students turned violent and the protesting students set 3 buses on fire. When 4 fire tenders reached the spot to extinguish the fire, the protesters also attacked these vehicles, injuring a fireman. Jamia students took to the streets in the Kalindi Kunj area of South Delhi this evening to protest. When the security forces tried to stop the protesters, they clashed with the protesters. Meanwhile, the security forces released tear gas shells and charged sticks to control the protesters. Protesters set fire to several cars and three buses after police used force. The protesting students say that he was holding a peaceful demonstration, with some anti-social elements involved in the demonstration making it fierce. After the violence, police has stopped the movement of vehicles as a precautionary measure in New Friends Colony, a posh area of Delhi. Apart from this, the route has also been diverted on several other routes due to the demonstration. Police officials say they failed to understand the seriousness of the demonstration. According to police officials, we had estimated that there would be a crowd of 100-200 people, but there was a crowd of over 1000 people in the demonstration. These also included students and common people.